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Cincinnati Edition, today at 1:00
7:00 am
Thu July 31, 2014

Mayor's pick for next city manager

Harry Black, Mayor John Cranley's choice for new Cincinnati city manager.
Credit Tana Weingartner / WVXU

Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley has selected a new city manager. Mayor Cranley’s pick is Harry Black, who has been the finance director for the City of  Baltimore since early 2012. Mr. Black also served as Richmond, Virginia’s chief financial officer from 2005 to 2008. Howard Wilkinson sat down with Harry Black to talk about his move to Cincinnati.

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Cincinnati Edition - 513-419-7100
2:30 am
Thu July 31, 2014

Political Junkie Ken Rudin talks current issues and has a trivia question ready to go

Ken Rudin - The Political Junkie

  

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Focus on Technology
2:00 pm
Wed July 30, 2014

Making wearable electronics commonplace

Purdue researchers used a standard sewing machine to create this new type of low-cost flexible metal interconnect for "soft" robotics and wearable electronics.
Babak Ziaie Purdue University

The market for wearable electronics could top $3 billion by 2018, according to a new report. However, Beecham Research says with better collaboration between technology companies and the fashion industry, the market could be worth $9.3 billion by 2018.

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Cincinnati Edition - 513-419-7100
2:30 am
Wed July 30, 2014

A new study details the economic impact of Northern Kentucky University

  Greater Cincinnati is home to many outstanding colleges and universities. They not only provide educational and cultural benefits, they also have a tremendous impact on our economy.

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Cincinnati Edition - 513-419-7100
2:30 am
Wed July 30, 2014

Former NFL'er Ben Utecht is spreading the word about the importance of brain health

Ben Utecht

  Ben Utecht earned a Super Bowl ring with the Indianapolis Colts in 2006; later he signed with the Cincinnati Bengals and received a serious concussion during training camp in 2009. It took eight months to recover and he began having serious memory problems and behavioral problems. He walked away from the game, making music his full-time job. Today he is a musician, actor, author, public speaker, and an advocate for brain health.

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